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reviewed Close What happened to the wealth of the Rothschild banking family?
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reviewed Close What was the American response to the Sino-Soviet border conflict?
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comment How historically accurate was the movie “Charlie Wilson's War”?
The concept of "historical accuracy" is suspect, though I suspect you're using it as a proxy for "history as practiced by historians." Fictive films never meet the standards of historiography as works of history. In particular, this film's Whiggish moralising, simplification, and biographic fixation make the film's "accuracy" a trivial: of course not.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between Mughals and Afghanis?
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reviewed Close Morse code is a ternary human-optimised code, is there a binary, non-machine optimised code?
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comment Morse code is a ternary human-optimised code, is there a binary, non-machine optimised code?
Questions on scholarly disciplines other than History are off-topic here, unless they also involve history in some fashion. Referencing "the past" is not history.
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reviewed Close What is the difference between Mughals and Afghanis?
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comment Why is literacy difficult?
Firstly, this question is a counterfactual that is unanswerable, largely because you're seeking to justify your own political ideas regarding the benefit of literacy. Secondly, this assumption, "when literacy was clearly highly beneficial?" is political and undemonstrated. Thirdly, to save this question you need to remove your politics, and ask about how people in the past used literacy. I suspect you're going to find that literacy was not high beneficial.
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comment What was the typical range of travel of a Pennsylvanian resident for everyday life in the late 18th early 19th Century Pennsylvania?
As Semaphore notes the question needs work. You don't seem to have conducted basic research into social history of the late 18th century.
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comment What was the purpose of Nazi extermination camps?
"while execution on the spot would presumably be easier and less costly?" Your presumption is false. "Actions" and "clearances" were difficult and costly.
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reviewed Approve gender tag wiki
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reviewed Approve gender tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Close Which cultures considered dual-gender sacred
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reviewed Reviewed WWII: Did the entire war depend on breaking the ENIGMA cipher?
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reviewed Close How Likely Was a French Alliance with Italy or Japan in World War I?
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reviewed Close WWII: Did the entire war depend on breaking the ENIGMA cipher?
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comment Yearly population growth rate throughout history
Population estimation is a matter of demography